Tomie Ohtake era grande dama da pintura nacional, diz Dilma

Dilma a considerou “grande dama da pintura nacional”, e disse que, apesar de japonesa, a artista se tornou “intrinsecamente brasileira”

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Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff, presidential candidate for re-election of the Workers Party (PT),  during a press conference in a hotel in Brasilia, Brazil, Sunday, Oct. 26, 2014. Official results showed Sunday that President Rousseff defeated candidate Neves and was re-elected as Brazil's president. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
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Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff, presidential candidate for re-election of the Workers Party (PT), during a press conference in a hotel in Brasilia, Brazil, Sunday, Oct. 26, 2014. Official results showed Sunday that President Rousseff defeated candidate Neves and was re-elected as Brazil's president. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

A presidenta Dilma Rousseff divulgou nota de pesar pela morte da artista plástica Tomie Ohtake. Sobre o trabalho de Tomie, Dilma a considerou “grande dama da pintura nacional”, e disse que, apesar de japonesa, a artista se tornou “intrinsecamente brasileira”.

“A sua capacidade de reunir geometria e cor, movimento e placidez tornaram Tomie Ohtake uma artista única”, escreveu a presidenta, além de prestar homenagens e sentimentos aos familiares e amigos da artista.

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